The Renaissance of American Indian Higher Education: Capturing the Dream / Edition 1 available in Paperback
Thirteen contributions synthesize the knowledge gained through the Native American Higher Education Initiative (NAHEI) programs into a form that can be used by and adapted to a broad range of users including practitioners in pre-kindergarten through post-secondary education, educational administration, educational policy makers, scholars, and philanthropic foundations. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Series:||Sociocultural, Political, and Historical Studies in Education Series|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)|
Table of Contents
Contents: G.E. Gipp, Foreword. H. Mann, Prologue. Part I: Introduction. M.K.P. Benham, The Journey of the Native American Higher Education Initiative and Tribal Colleges and Universities. W.J. Stein, Developmental Action for Implementing an Indigenous College: Philosophical Foundations and Pragmatic Steps. J. Shanley, Limitations and Alternatives to Developing a Tribally Controlled College. Part II: Mapping the Trail: Charting the Future. W.J. Stein, J. Shanley, T. Sanchez, The Effect of the Native American Higher Education Initiative on Strengthening Tribal Colleges and Universities: Focus on Governance and Finance. J. Barden, Tribal Colleges and Universities Building Community: Education, Social, Cultural, and Economic Development. R. Nichols, G. Monette, Linking Tribal Colleges and Mainstream Institutions: Fundamental Tensions and Lessons Learned. P. Boyer, Building Tribal Communities: Defining the Mission and Measuring the Outcomes of Tribal Colleges. Part III: Nurturing and Advocating Spirit and Voice. V. Johnson, M.K.P. Benham, M.J. VanAlstine, Native Leadership: Advocacy for Transformation, Culture, Community, and Sovereignty. M.K.P. Benham, H. Mann, Culture and Language Matters: Defining, Implementing, and Evaluating. D.M. Pavel, C. Larimore, M.J. VanAlstine, A Gift to All Children: Native Teacher Preparation. Part IV: Extending the Reach of Tribal Colleges and Universities. A.M. Ortiz, I. H. Runner, Student Access, Retention, and Success: Models of Inclusion and Support. J.W. Tippeconnic III, S. McKinney, Native Faculty: Scholarship and Development. M. O'Donnell, M. Mitchell, A. Anderson, L. Lambert, D. Burland, K. Barber, Information Technology and Tribal Colleges and Universities: Moving Into the 21st Century.